Outdoor adventure parks are also for the winter. To enjoy the snow, landscapes and mountains you don’t have to ski. Andorra offers a great variety of snow activities that you will love and you will have a great time with your children. And besides, there is a lot to choose from.
Grandvalira Family Park
Located in the Canillo sector of Grandvalira, it awaits you with a lot of activities. Like the Màgic Gliss, a giant open-air slide that will make you enjoy a 555-metre descent that can reach 40km/h. You will want to repeat more than once. Without leaving the Mon(t) Màgic, you will find the famous Grandvalira zip line that flies over a natural high mountain lake. If you haven’t done it yet, try it. And if you are one of those who repeat, this time, dare to go down in tandem with your child or stretch and have the feeling of flying like a bird.
Biking on snow in Vallnord
Among its activities is an orientation circuit. If you have never done a snow activity of this type we recommend it because not only will you have fun and enjoy nature and the outdoors, but you will also learn to get your bearings with your children. Thanks to a map and your good navigation skills you should be able to find 6 targets arranged along the route.
Another activity that characterises this station is mountain biking. From June you can enjoy parks, forest tracks and competitions dedicated to mountain biking. But in winter, snow and bikes merge into one original activity: snowtriking, which consists of riding down the ski slopes on an adapted bike on snow. Will you dare to try it?
Nature and fun in Naturlandia
The Tobotronc adventure park offers a unique pass to enjoy a large part of its offer and the longest nature slide in the world. You will enjoy a whole day dedicated to the practice of varied snow and outdoor activities. As well as, the animal park and the nature room, from where you will be able to observe them with your children. What sounds good?
Take note that the resorts in the country have implemented health and safety regulations to prevent the spread of coronavirus in their facilities.